Even though Michigan law does allow for medicinal marijuana use, it is strictly regulated and criminal charges can still result for medical marijuana possession or distribution in Clinton. Even if you have a medicinal pot license, it is critical that you get in touch with a lawyer as soon as you can if you have been accused of a medical marijuana related crime. Our drug crime defense attorney in Clinton Township is available 24/7 to begin fighting with you and for you as you battle back against misdemeanor or felony conviction and the serious penalties that could result. With Grabel & Associates on your side, you can be confident that absolutely everything has been done to protect your rights and pursue a case result that aligns with your best interests. Get in touch with our attorneys as soon as possible and begin your fight for justice.
Under the direction of experienced trial lawyer and founding attorney Scott Grabel, our lawyers will seek to discover every unique detail of your case, and will comprehensively review all possible strategies, which could be effective as you battle back against aggressive police and prosecutors. Our Clinton medical marijuana defense team knows what it takes to win in cases involving use, possession, distribution, and cultivation, and we are ready to begin applying our proven tactics to your case right away.
Contact the Grabel & Associates’ team right now for a free initial case evaluation. We are available 24/7 to begin fighting for your freedom and guiding you through the steps you need to take to protect yourself throughout the criminal justice process.
For those registered in the Michigan Medical Marijuana Program, or LARA/MMMP, it is legal to possess a small amount of the drug with a valid prescription from a doctor. Under the restrictions the medical marijuana program has set, a patient can legally grow up to 12 plants or possess up to 2.5 ounces of the drug at any one time. Possession of more than this allowed amount, even with a prescription, can lead to criminal penalties.
In addition, those who apply for MMMP inclusion after receiving a prescription can be charged with a drug crime for possessing any amount of marijuana up until their membership in the program is actually approved. Many medicinal marijuana cases involve clients who didn’t even know they were breaking the law. Working with an attorney will help you better understand which laws apply to your case, how they affect your situation, and what you can do to fight back.
If convicted of possessing marijuana as a medicinal pot patient, you could face a felony conviction and up to 2 years behind bars and a fine of up to $2,000. Possession with intent charges or repeat offenses can lead to seriously enhanced charges and potential penalties. Always speak with a lawyer as soon as you can and begin to fight back against felony conviction.
Anyone who sells, delivers, or distributes medical marijuana; prescription forms, ID cards, or any other medical marijuana related paraphernalia can face criminal charges, according to the Medical Marijuana Act. It is critical that anyone accused of violating the terms of the medical marijuana program contact an attorney, because a felony record, jail time and more are all likely on the line. Contact our firm now to learn more about defending against felony conviction and let us guide you to an exceptional case outcome.
If convicted of distributing marijuana, you could face up to 2 years in prison, the revocation of your medical marijuana card, and a fine of up to $2,000. Much more serious penalties are possible if you are not a card carrying MMMP member, or if you are a past offender. Contact our team to find out more about how Clinton medical marijuana laws could affect your case.
Our criminal defense team stands by the rights of Michigan medical marijuana patients, and is committed to aggressively protecting those who are wrongly accused of distributing medicinal marijuana in Clinton. Let us protect your freedom by crafting an individualized defense approach based on comprehensive consultation with you concerning the details of your case. Our firm is always available to begin working with new clients statewide.
To speak with a lawyer, call 1-800-342-7896 right now – we are available 24/7 to speak with you at our toll free number. You can also contact us online and set up a free initial case consultation for another time. Act fast; our attorneys are ready to begin protecting you right away.